Poster session
One of the conference rooms
Secese conference rooms
Coffee breaks
Invited speaker
Medieval sports

The Conference

ESCO 2024 is the 9th event in a successful series of interdisciplinary international conferences. It promotes modern technologies and practices in scientific computing and visualization, and strengthens the interaction between researchers and practitioners in various areas of computational engineering, sciences and education. The conference will take place in person, but online participation is possible.

Important Dates

Action Deadline

Minisymposia proposals

March 31, 2024

Abstract submission

May 1, 2024

Abstract acceptance

May 5, 2024

Early registration fee payment

May 5, 2024

Registration fee payment

May 20, 2024

ESCO 2024 conference

June 10-14, 2024

Full paper submission

September 30, 2024

ESCO 2024 Terms and Conditions ESCO 2024 Fees

2024 COVID-19 situation

Due to remaining travel and in-person meeting restrictions, the organizing committee decided that ESCO 2024 conference will have a hybrid format. The conference will take place in person, but online participation is possible.

While some of the participants will not be able to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of Pilsen this year, much of the conference will remain the same. Keynote as well as contributed talks will be delivered live online and they will be followed with live discussions. There will be a poster session, software afternoon, and social meetings after the lectures.

Taking into account that the conference will take place both in Pilsen and online, the cost will need to be adjusted.

Conference program will take place during day hours of European time, which means in early morning hours of U.S. time.

2024 Main Themes

Computational electromagnetics and coupled problems

Fluid-structure interaction and multi-phase flows

Computational chemistry and quantum physics

Computational civil and structural engineering

Computational biology and bioinformatics

Computational geometry and topology

Mathematics Education and Outreach

Machine Learning and AI

Petascale and exascale computing

Hydrology and porous media flows

Wave propagation and acoustics

Climate and weather modeling

GPU and cloud computing

Uncertainty quantification

Open source software

Computational statistics

Applied statistics

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

Irina Tezaur

Irina Tezaur

Sandia NL, United States.

William D. (Bill) Collins

William D. (Bill) Collins

Berkeley Lab, United States.

Stefan Turek

Stefan Turek

Dortmund Technical University, Germany.

A.R. Thornton

A.R. Thornton

University of Twente, The Netherlands.

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Official languages for oral presentations are English and Spanish. Speakers who wish to present their work in Spanish must provide for their presentation a simultaneous translator (such as a colleague who is fluent in English). All posters must be in English.

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All presentations and posters will be awarded with a certificate. All presented papers are automatically nominated for the prize. The selection will be done by chairmen of poster sessions. Best student paper award will be given to best student papers.


Proceedings of ESCO 2024

ESCO 2024 paper submission will be open soon.

Proceedings of ESCO 2024 will be published as special issues of scientific journals. As of 1st of December, 2023, we have two journals confirmed:

  • Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (JCAM) approved a special issue with selected papers from ESCO 2024,
  • Mathematics in Computer Science has approved the special issue for ESCO 2024,
  • Computing in Science & Engineering (CiSE) approved a special issue with selected papers from ESCO 2024.

The submissions will have the format of a standard journal paper and they will be refereed in a standard way.

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Minisymposia proposals are welcome. A minisymposium should consist of at least four lectures related to the same topic. If you are interested in organizing a minisymposium, please send a title, short abstract, and list of speakers to

List of minisymposia

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Software afternoon

Important part of each ESCO conference is a software afternoon featuring computational software projects of participants. Any computational software can be presented that has reached certain level of maturity, i.e., it is used outside of the author's institution, and it has a web page and a user documentation. If you are interested in presenting your software in the Software Afternoon, please let us know at

List of presentations

Oral Presentations

  • All oral presentations will run with a technical support and a chairman. The presenter will have 20 minutes for his presentation with the discussion and answers to questions.
  • Each online presenter will be able to present from his own laptop. The presenter is responsible for the smooth running of their performance but our technical support will be prepared to help when needed.
  • Queries can be formulated during the presentation in the chat or after the presentation. The course will be driven by a chairman.
  • The presenter must be in the room 10 minutes before the beginning of the session. By connecting to the session, you automatically agree to recording of the presentation.
  • Only one oral presentation is allowed during the ESCO 2024 conference.
Speaker in the main room
Speaker in the vitrage room
Speaker in the beer room

Poster Session

  • Presenting a poster in only possible on site, not remotely or online. Each presenter will have an additional option to upload his poster in PDF to let online participants see it.
  • All posters need to be in English.
  • Only one poster is allowed per in-person speaker at the ESCO 2024 conference. Online poster sessions will not be available this year.

Language and format

Every poster should be written in English and must adhere to the A1 size format (vertical).


The conference information and author names with affiliations need to be in the upper part of a poster, together with the title of the paper.